The Dalesman County Inn - Beer Festival at The Crown Inn, High Newton

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Beer Festival at The Crown Inn, High Newton

Over the weekend of Friday 19th to Sunday 21st June, our sister pub, The Crown at High Newton is celebrating the great wealth of local Cumbrian beers, with some of the best local and micro breweries. Local breweries Hawkshead Brewery, Bowness Bay Brewery, and Tirrils Brewery will have beer tents, serving a wide variety of local produced ales and beers.  In addition, 6 different bands have been booked to keep our beer lovers entertained over the course of the weekend, and we'll be serving a traditional Hog Roast, the perfect accompanyment to our fantastic local ales.  


Local breweries at the Crown Inn Beer Festival

Hawkshead Brewery

Hawkshead Brewery is an award winning, independent, local brewery which has grown out of a small barn in Hawkshead, in the centre of the English Lake District.  The brewery has since moved the base of it's operation to the opposite side of Windermere, at Mill Yard in Staveley.  

Hawkshead brewery are renowned for making Real Ale in a traditional northern manner. The brewery regularly produces special, limited edition beers, some of which become so popular that they brewery simply can't stop producing them, making it into 'the specialities collection'.  


Bowness Bay Brewery

Bowness Bay Brewery is a new (opened in 2012) micro brewery, handcrafting beer using the pure, crisp lake distict water and traditional methods. Bowness Bay has created a range of exceptional beers, named after Windermere lake boats, which provide a delightful range from traditional bitter to the zingy deliciousness of the Waterbird Wheat


Tirrils Brewery

Tirrils Lakeland Brewery began brewing again in 1999, exactly 100 years since producing it's last barrell.  This popular brewery now creates a range of traditional ales, crisp pilsners and even a range of spirits from it's home in Appleby-in-Westmorland, in the East of the county.    

Friday 12th of June 2015

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